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CORPORATE

CORPORATE
SOCIAL
SOCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY
RESPONSIBILITY

Nestle Philippines Incorporatedis a


large-scale, well-known international food
manufacturing corporation engaged in the
manufacture of instant coffee, milk, and
ready-to-cook noodles.
It was established in 1983 and is registered
with
theSecurities
and
Exchange
Commission(SEC) andBureau of Food and
Drugs(BFAD). Currently, it has 497
employees and member of various
organizations
such
asMindanao
Association for Quality,Cagayan de Oro
Chamber
of
IndustriesandPersonnel
Management Association of the Philippines.

Nestle Philippines is committed to helping in community and


nation building through programs that help the
underprivileged members of society.

Agronomy Assistance
Since the 1960's, Nestle Philippines has
been helping coffee farmers in different
parts of the country through imparting
knowledge on how they can improve their
crops. Members of the company visit these
farmers regularly to reinforce among them
the importance of
good plantation
management. By improving methods in
growing coffee, farmers get better yields
and eventually help increase the coffee
supply in thePhilippinesas well as help the
farmers increase their income.

Health and Nutrition


Nestle is an advocate for good health and
proper nutrition. It conducts feeding
programs and medical missions in the
areas where it operates.

Education and Manpower


Development

Donate-a-Classroom
Program
Technical Skills Scholarship
Program
Academic Linkage Program

Community Development
Cut and Sew Livelihood
Project
Yard and Garden Livelihood
Project
Suklay and Gunting Project
Misis Kong Trainors
Program
Julius Maggi Kitchen
Street Illuminations Project

Environmental Protection and


Preservation

Nestle
Environmental
Management
Solid
Waste
Management
Program
TheGreening the Supply Chain
Air Emission Testing

Packaging Source Reduction Program

ProgramShift from
Corrugated
Container to Shrink
Film

From twin to single sachet

Reduced cut-off
length

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

Segregation

Reuse

Composting

Water: a precariously diminishing


resource

Increasing
population, with
simultaneous
depletion of quality
water are driving a
focus to preserve
this essential
resource of life

Water in Manufacturing
Water Conservation Program
Water Conservation Task Forces and SGA teams

Sensor operated faucets

Water gun on all hoses at


production area

Water recycling at vacuumRe-used water


pump cooling system
for CIP

Boiler blowdown and


effluent
used for watering
plants

Rural Development in Philippines


Since the 1960s, Nestl Philippines, Inc.
has adopted an agronomy programme
aimed at increasing the income of coffee
farmers.By improving the methods in
coffee growing, farmers can get better and
higher quality yields, and help increase
coffee supply in the country.

In 1994, the Company established


theNestl
Experimental
and
Demonstration Farm in Tagum, Davao
del Norte, where coffee farmers are
trained onthe most efficient ways of
growing coffee.It also serves as a venue
for the conduct of experiments and
production of planting materials.

OTHER CORPORATE SOCIAL


RESPONSIBILITY
The company has been very active in
corporate social responsibility practice and
puts premium on programs on agriculture,
education and manpower development,
community development, health and
nutrition, and environmental protection
and preservation.

Nestle sponsored PBSP projects such as the


Tree Planting Program in Lipa, the
Agutayan Artificial Reef Project, the
Bayanan Creek Clean-Up Drive, and the
Tapat Ko, Linis Ko Program in Bulacan. Also
supported the Cebu Hillyland Reforestation
Project,
Buensuceso
Resettlement
Program, Marine Santuary Regeneration
project,
and
Relief
assistance
and
rehabilitation of disaster victims.